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October 28, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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Author Scores Canada on WWII Refugees

Jews before and during
World War II were part of a
"definitive decision" taken
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EDITOR

The Jewish Chronicle, the weekly community newspaper
serving greater Pittsburgh is seeking a replacement for its
retiring Editor. Candidate must have incisive writing and
editorial skills, a strong Jewish background, a broad
knowledge of domestic and international affairs, as well
as a broadly based community perspective. Creativity, in-
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Friday, October 28, 1983 49

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Too Many," a stinging in-
dictment of Canadian im-
migration policies during
the war. Abella teaches his-
tory at the York University
in Toronto. The book has
been received with critical
acclaim in Canada where it
has been a best seller, and
has also won the National
Jewish Book Award.
While noting that
Canada in the 1930s was
in the midst of a severe
economic depression,
Abella said: "The reason
that Canada turned its
back on the Jews of
Europe was because the
Canadian government
made definitive decision:
Canada had too many
Jews and no more were
wanted."
The authors pointed out
that Canada provided
haven for fewer than 5,000
European emigrees, and
after the war, until the
founding of Israel in 1948,
admitted 8,000 more. "That
record," the authors say, "is
arguable the worst of all
possible refugee receiving
states."
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Comparatively,
United States admitted
200,000, including what the
authors contend was a
select group of European in-
tellectuals, cultural and
scientific figures. Between
1933 and 1945, the United
Kingdom admitted 70,000
Jews and allowed another
125,000 into British-
administered Palestine.

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